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Default file permissions
Authored by: Anonymous on Dec 10, '00 05:21:50AM

I can confirm that the method described by rustychow works. The one difference is that the
owner (me) of all the folders/files described belongs to the admin group rather than the 'ftp'
group.

What I want to know is if there's a way to change the default permissions of files uploaded
through anonymous ftp; they're currently defaulted at

-rw-r--r-- 1 ftp admin

whenever they're uploaded. It's a pain because I can't move or delete these files without
going into the terminal and using chown.



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Possible workaround
Authored by: serversurfer on Dec 12, '01 02:18:09PM
Did you try adding yourself to the ftp group in NetInfo Manager? Just a guess here, but that should work.

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